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Date:6/18/2012

Brno, Czech Republic (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

Moravia Worldwide, one of the world’s leading globalization solution providers, has opened a new office in San Francisco. Located at 425 Market Street, the Bay Aea office is the third for Moravia in the United States, adding to existing operations in Southern California and Bellevue, Washington.

According to Tomas Kratochvil, Chief Executive Officer of Moravia Worldwide, the company opened its doors in San Francisco to accommodate accelerated growth in both the Bay Area and throughout the United States.

“U.S. customers account for nearly 80 percent of Moravia’s business, and our U.S. operations are continuing to grow at a rapid pace,” Kratochvil said. “We’ve more than doubled the number of our U.S. employees, and Moravia’s other two U.S. offices have moved to new locations in their respective markets to accommodate their own significant growth earlier this year.

“For years Moravia has been at the cutting edge of developing global teams, and we’re committed to building close, long-term relationships with our clients. Establishing a brick-and-mortar location in one of North America’s key markets helps support our clients and our project teams as well.”

Moravia’s San Francisco office is headed by John Pemberton, senior project manager. Pemberton will oversee a team of locally-based account service personnel, in addition to employees based in other areas who will work in tandem with the Bay Area hub.

Jane Nemcova, Chief Sales Officer and Managing Director for Moravia’s North American operations, said: “San Francisco is a major step forward for us and a great opportunity for both Moravia and our clients alike. Our doors are always open. Anyone who wants to stop by, meet the entire team and enjoy the incredible Bay view is always welcome.”

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